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Apple announced tvOS 17 earlier this week with a handful of new features for the Apple TV, including FaceTime and a redesigned Control Center. Another new feature is support for VPN apps, although it remains to be seen if there will be any limitations. VPN apps could allow for Apple TV users to watch geo-restricted content from any location, such as the U.S. version of Netflix in another country. In its tvOS 17 press release, however, Apple focused on how the VPN apps can benefit enterprise and education users, so it is possible that Apple could restrict usage of the apps. Apple:Third-party VPN support, which enables developers to create VPN apps for Apple TV. This can benefit enterprise and education…
Apple announced tvOS 17 earlier this week with a handful of new features for the Apple TV, including FaceTime and a redesigned Control Center. Another new feature is support for VPN apps, although it remains to be seen if there will be any limitations. VPN apps could allow for Apple TV users to watch geo-restricted content from any location, such as the U.S. version of Netflix in another country. In its tvOS 17 press release, however, Apple focused on how the VPN apps can benefit enterprise and education users, so it is possible that Apple could restrict usage of the apps. Apple:Third-party VPN support, which enables developers to create VPN apps for Apple TV. This can benefit enterprise and education…
On Tuesday, the China’s Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) proposed draft regulations to cover any service that uses Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, or other technologies to create a short-distance network for transferring content. That category would include Apple’s AirDrop as well as derivatives found in Google’s Android and in Chinese phones from Vivo, Xiaomi, and Oppo, the South China Morning Post reports. Nicholas Gordon for Fortune: Features like Apple’s AirDrop, which allow smartphones to transfer content directly to other users nearby, may soon be restricted in China under new rules proposed by the country’s top internet regulator. If implemented, services would need to undergo a security assessment before adding features that affect “public expression and social mobilization.” Users would also need to…
On Tuesday, the China’s Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) proposed draft regulations to cover any service that uses Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, or other technologies to create a short-distance network for transferring content. That category would include Apple’s AirDrop as well as derivatives found in Google’s Android and in Chinese phones from Vivo, Xiaomi, and Oppo, the South China Morning Post reports. Nicholas Gordon for Fortune: Features like Apple’s AirDrop, which allow smartphones to transfer content directly to other users nearby, may soon be restricted in China under new rules proposed by the country’s top internet regulator. If implemented, services would need to undergo a security assessment before adding features that affect “public expression and social mobilization.” Users would also need to…
Antivirus provider Kaspersky has discovered a malware campaign explicitly aimed at infecting iPhones running up to iOS 15.7 through iMessage — but it can be found and prevented.iOS devices have been specifically targeted with malwareKaspersky's team identified potentially suspicious behavior emanating from multiple iOS devices. However, due to the security limitations that restrict direct internal examination of iOS devices, the company had to generate offline backups. Read more...
Antivirus provider Kaspersky has discovered a malware campaign explicitly aimed at infecting iPhones running up to iOS 15.7 through iMessage — but it can be found and prevented.iOS devices have been specifically targeted with malwareKaspersky's team identified potentially suspicious behavior emanating from multiple iOS devices. However, due to the security limitations that restrict direct internal examination of iOS devices, the company had to generate offline backups. Read more...
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